Internet Group APPG

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The Internet Group Group exists 'to promote the use of the Internet in the UK; to provide a forum for members who are personal computer users to obtain software and hardware advice and services; to support and inform MPs interested in expanding their own use of the internet; to consider internet issues relating to British and international society'


Nicholas Lansman provides administrative assistance (co-ordinating meetings, managing website) in a personal capacity, not on behalf of any organisation.

In July 2003 the group hosted a Spam Summit, the costs of which were met by Brightmail and Autonomy Corporation Plc, and in October 2003 members of the group visited Washington to communicate the group's findings on spam, costs met by Microsoft and Message Labs (registered November 2003).

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